A-level results: Latest information for offer holders, applicants and Clearing.
On 17th August 2020 Ofqual announced that A Levels will be awarded on the basis of the submissions made by your exam centre or the moderated grade, whichever is the higher. We welcome this announcement and want to confirm that we are committed to honouring our offers to applicants whether you applied through the main cycle or through Clearing.
If Leeds Beckett was your firm choice, you met the conditions of your offer, and have accepted your place, the latest government announcement does not change this and your place is secure with us.
If Leeds Beckett was your insurance choice, you met the conditions of your offer, and have accepted your place, the latest government announcement does not change this and your place is secure with us.
If Leeds Beckett made you an offer of a place through Clearing and you have accepted the latest announcement does not change this and your place is secure with us.
If your grades have changed as a result of the 17th August announcement and you now meet the conditions for your original choice, please contact us on 0113 812 3113 to let us know.
If you are applying to us for the first time through Clearing, please contact us on 0113 812 3113. Our team is here to help and support you through the Clearing application process.
If you have any further questions please check our A-Level results FAQs.
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